and thanks to Sozin for making this…
I mentioned this last session, but how does everyone feel about us turning all of our newfound info over to His Darkness?
I know he’s evil, but he is the lawful authority, and a lot of this info implies less than lawful activity. While it might gain us nothing, I don’t see how it hurts us and maybe it brings down the Nazi-like wrath of the Church of Asmodeus on our enemies.
I don’t see the benefit of keeping this info to ourselves.
We should turn it over. The brownie points will come in handy and the wrath of the church on our enemies does help us.
That sounds like Lyvia talking . . . Ahhh, I miss her already.
Officially, the lawful authority is the Mayor, Aberian Arvanxi. His Darkness only has authority over matters religious.
There’s lawful and there’s lawful. The laws of this place are, to a great extent, immoral and cruel. Trucking with devils is not illegal in Cheliax, obviously. It is, in a word, fundamental. If it were demonism then I would agree but it’s no different then what the very government of this accursed nation do every day. The church of the Dark Prince would be even less interested as it furthers their dark god’s aims, I’m sure. We’ve been given a second chance, well, i have, and it’s even more important to plan accordingly. The mayor is obviously losing control and has no interest or reward in going after the Council of Thieves or this Drovenge person. However, we owe it to this Chammandy, however criminal, to explain to her the danger she’s in. We also have to return the reassembled Aohl in my possession to its rightful owners, the Pathfinders; who are also the best equiped to keep it secure and impotent. It would also be the last step in avenging my parents who both suffered because of this accursed artifact.
That being said, we need to focus on the immediate problems. The raging inferno. It is the greatest obvious danger. The Aohl, the evil locked below, the continued creation of a organization to beneficiently aid the halflings, even the continued building of a power base for the Children of Westcrown is secondary to that. Why have the Children at all if the city is seared from Avistan or so infested with devils that it becomes a new Worldwound vomiting not demons but devils onto Golarion. I defer to the leader of the Children to state their direction but, for myself, it is the inferno and then the Aohl.
Roygart’s two coppers.
Viggo agrees that the first thing to deal with is the pillar of fire in Westcrown. Everything else can wait.